From Tokyo in WWII to Bankcard Empire's New Affiliate Manager for Oregon

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Bankcardempire.com/aig342718 advances end-users the funds against their future credit card receipts. From this a mutually agreed-upon percentage is taken of the daily merchant's Visa/MasterCard receipts until full repayment.

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It isn't surprising that Earl Mason, of the greater Bend, Oregon area, would be at it again in the world of business to all those who know him. As an Engineering entrepreneur owning his own A&E firm for more than 30 years Mason is no stranger to business development and service delineation. Combine Mason's unbridled work ethic with his more his prestigious military service which included spending more than a year in Tokyo during WWII and it is no wonder why http://www.Bankcardempire.com/aig342718 (BCE) is so excited to have Mason onboard in his new role as affiliate manager. The role will include the expansion of local contacts as well as the development of current client lists. Mason has also agreed to spend a vast majority of his time marketing Bankcard Empire to the surrounding areas in the hopes of educating local business owners as to the importance merchant card services. Oregon, as a whole, has seen a decline in the number of small business owners utilizing credit card payments largely due to the fact of the costs involved in maintaining the equipment needed to do so. Now that BCE and Earl Mason have entered the picture there is sure to be a rise in the numbers of business once again utilizing credit cards in the payments of their individual goods and services.

The process by which Bankcardempire.com/aig342718 works is they advance end-users the funds against their future credit card receipts. From this, a mutually agreed-upon percentage is taken of the daily merchant's Visa/MasterCard receipts until full repayment. As a newly styled form of repayment helps to redefine the lending process for small business it is sure to take hold is such areas of the country hardest hit by the economic turmoil like Miami, Seattle, and Chicago.

The amount of advance for the new merchants varies from $2,000-$150,000 and is based on the average of merchant's last 4 months Visa/MasterCard statements. The payback period is not fixed because it's based on the merchant's actual Visa/MasterCard receipts. Best of all, Bankcardempire.com/aig342718 is not a bank; therefore, there is no interest rate nor is there a requirement of collateral, financials, tax returns, etc.

Additional information maybe obtained by contacting Earl Mason at 888-298-1888 or visiting http://www.bankcardempire.com/aig342718.

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